A berry is fleshy or pulpy throughout.

Berry

A berry is fleshy or pulpy throughout.

A berry

Berry

A berry

"The berry is a succulent, syncarpous fruit, in which the seeds are immersed in a pulpy mass, formed by the placentas."—Darby, 1855

Berry

"The berry is a succulent, syncarpous fruit, in which the seeds are immersed in a pulpy mass, formed…

"Branch of Common Bramble. a.-- Flower; b.-- Fruit. Bramble, the name commonly applied to the bush with trailing prickly stems which bears the well-known berries usually called in Scotland brambles, and in England blackberries." -Vaughan, 1906

Common Bramble

"Branch of Common Bramble. a.-- Flower; b.-- Fruit. Bramble, the name commonly applied to the bush with…

"A genus of annual, subshrubby plants, order Solanaceae, with a wheel-shaped corolla, projecting and converging stamens, and a many-seeded berry. They are chiefly natives of the East and West Indies, China, Brazil, and Egypt, but have spread to various other tropical or subtropical countries, being cultivated for their fruit, which in some reaches the size of an orange, is fleshy and variously colored and contains a pungent principle, which is presented also and more largely in the seed." — Winston's Encyclopedia, 1919

Capsicum

"A genus of annual, subshrubby plants, order Solanaceae, with a wheel-shaped corolla, projecting and…

Children picking berries in a field.

Children picking berries

Children picking berries in a field.

"Flower-stock, Leaves, and cluster of Berries of the Common Elder (Sambucus nigra)." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Common Elder

"Flower-stock, Leaves, and cluster of Berries of the Common Elder (Sambucus nigra)." — Chambers'…

A small red tart berry commonly used in baking (muffins and cakes). It is native to North America and Canada.

Cranberry

A small red tart berry commonly used in baking (muffins and cakes). It is native to North America and…

A plant which bears edible berries.

Cranberry

A plant which bears edible berries.

"Cranberry (Vaccinium palustris): a, part of stem and branches, with roots, leaves, and flowers; b, a berry; c, transverse section of a berry." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Cranberry

"Cranberry (Vaccinium palustris): a, part of stem and branches, with roots, leaves, and flowers; b,…

Illustrated is the common cranberry, vaccinium macrocarpon. It grows wild only in North American. The berries ripen during September and October.

Cranberry

Illustrated is the common cranberry, vaccinium macrocarpon. It grows wild only in North American. The…

"A plant of the same genus with the Bramble, and very nearly allied to it, but having weaker and more prostrate roundish stems, which take root at the end, their prickles unequal and passing insensibly into hairs, the fruit consisting only of a few (1—5) grains, which, however, are much larger than those of the brambleberry." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Dewberry

"A plant of the same genus with the Bramble, and very nearly allied to it, but having weaker and more…

Dewberries are trailing blackberries. The bartel variety grows wild from New York to Kansas and southwest.

Bartel Dewberry

Dewberries are trailing blackberries. The bartel variety grows wild from New York to Kansas and southwest.

Dewberries are very similar to blackberries.  Lucretia dewberries are very large.

Lucretia Dewberry

Dewberries are very similar to blackberries. Lucretia dewberries are very large.

The branches of the gooseberry plant help shade each other to protect the fruit. A scorching sunshine can prematurely ripen the gooseberry. The best flavor comes from the yellow varieties.

Fruiting Branch of Gooseberry

The branches of the gooseberry plant help shade each other to protect the fruit. A scorching sunshine…

A piece of heavy equipment used to level and smooth cranberry or other similar fruits to the desired gradient.

Cranberry Grader

A piece of heavy equipment used to level and smooth cranberry or other similar fruits to the desired…

"A species of the genus Ilex, which contains about 175 species distributed throughout the world. They are ornamental shrubs with evergreen or deciduous and sometimes spiny leaves and black, red or yellow berries, which remain on the shrubs until the following spring." — Beach, 1909

Holly

"A species of the genus Ilex, which contains about 175 species distributed throughout the world. They…

A greenish-red plant with laciniate-cut leaves. In the spring, edible crimson berries are produced and remain throughout the winter.

Rhus Glabra Laciniata

A greenish-red plant with laciniate-cut leaves. In the spring, edible crimson berries are produced and…

The loganberry is a result of the cross between a wild blackberry and a red raspberry. The fruit is purplish red when ripe and is very large. The flavor has characteristics of both the blackberry and raspberry.

Loganberry

The loganberry is a result of the cross between a wild blackberry and a red raspberry. The fruit is…

Illustrated is a field of loganberry as grown in Oregon. Extensive plantings are found all over western and southern Oregon.

Loganberry Field

Illustrated is a field of loganberry as grown in Oregon. Extensive plantings are found all over western…

The Mulberry contains masses of simple fruits belonging to different flowers, compacted together,(Gray, 1858).

Mulberry

The Mulberry contains masses of simple fruits belonging to different flowers, compacted together,(Gray,…

A mulberry.

Mulberry

A mulberry.

Fruiting plant common of the Fragaria genus.

Strawberry Nubbin

Fruiting plant common of the Fragaria genus.

A pepo is a sort of berry with a harder rind.

Pepo

A pepo is a sort of berry with a harder rind.

This is a red fruit, sweet and edible.

Strawberry Plant

This is a red fruit, sweet and edible.

This is a young pod, partly covered by a loose calyx, (Gray, 1858).

Pod

This is a young pod, partly covered by a loose calyx, (Gray, 1858).

This is a ripe checkerberry, cut through the middle lengthwise, (Gray, 1858).

Pod

This is a ripe checkerberry, cut through the middle lengthwise, (Gray, 1858).

A raspberry.

Raspberry

A raspberry.

"Rooting 'tip' of black raspberry." — Baily, 1898

Black raspberry

"Rooting 'tip' of black raspberry." — Baily, 1898

A Rose-hip is a kind of fruit, looking like a pear or a haw, (Gray, 1858).

Rose-hip

A Rose-hip is a kind of fruit, looking like a pear or a haw, (Gray, 1858).

A Rose-hip is a kind of fruit, looking like a pear or a haw, (Gray, 1858).

Rose-hip

A Rose-hip is a kind of fruit, looking like a pear or a haw, (Gray, 1858).

This is a young, forming strawberry, divided lengthwise,(Gray, 1858).

Strawberry

This is a young, forming strawberry, divided lengthwise,(Gray, 1858).

A strawberry.

Strawberry

A strawberry.

"Shows the head of a thyrsus composed of the leaves and berries of the ivy, and surrounded by acanthus leaves. Very frequently, also, a while fillet was tied to the pole just below the head." — Anthon, 1891

Head of a thyrsus

"Shows the head of a thyrsus composed of the leaves and berries of the ivy, and surrounded by acanthus…

Laying down trellis-grown blackberries.

Trellis

Laying down trellis-grown blackberries.

A shrub that is native to Europe, northwest Africa, and western Asia. It reaches up to 13 feet in height, and is covered in small oval leaves and yellow flowers. The fruit produced on this shrub is sour, but edible, and rich in Vitamin C.

Berberis Vulgaris

A shrub that is native to Europe, northwest Africa, and western Asia. It reaches up to 13 feet in height,…

Preferring a colder climate, the wax-wing feeds mostly on berries.

Waxwing

Preferring a colder climate, the wax-wing feeds mostly on berries.

"The strawberry weevil in certain seasons has prevented the development of more than a half crop of berries in New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, the Carolinas, and Virginia. The eggs are deposited in the flower buds, upon which the grublike larva feed and attain full size in about a month." —Davison, 1906

Strawberry Weevil

"The strawberry weevil in certain seasons has prevented the development of more than a half crop of…